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Hedge Funds, Not Profits

From Nick Colas, Chief Strategist at Convergex, comes insight into the investment/research process: ~~~ “A dime a dozen” means cheap or common, and despite monetary inflation it has been this way since the 1860s. The Galveston Daily News reported in 1866 that “the city is well stocked with peaches at a dime a dozen”.  Fast… Read More The post Hedge Funds, Not Profits appeared first on The Big Picture.
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